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>> No. 7681 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 6:27 pm
7681 UK GARAGE
Do you all like UK Garage?
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>> No. 7682 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 6:29 pm
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>>7681

Yes

>>>7649
>> No. 7683 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 6:33 pm
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you should also go listen to every Sunship mix you could find too
>> No. 7684 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 6:36 pm
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We prefer sheds.
>> No. 7685 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 6:39 pm
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No...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8x_mm91HXg
>> No. 7686 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 6:43 pm
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>>7685
>gaaaaraaaaage

Sageru for farageypoo.
>> No. 7687 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 6:47 pm
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>>7685
top kek at that stupid posh ginger cunt. Whoever wrote this commercial probably thinks all garage was just "Gotta Get Through This" and that the scene was all filled with thuggish black gang members drug addicts who would shoot you just for looking at them the wrong way, just like the media had people believe 10 years ago.
>> No. 7688 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 6:51 pm
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>>7687
But that is what it became though.

>>7655
>>7657
>> No. 7689 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 6:58 pm
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>>7688
I'll agree that the scene became too popular for it's own good, but the media exaggerated it way out of proportion and made garage the scapegoat for the government's failures at crime prevention and youth outreach etc.
>> No. 7690 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 7:35 pm
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>>7685
What song is that?
>> No. 7691 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 7:42 pm
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>>7690
http://mcasso.com/dance-non-stop-bt-infinity/

Funny thing is that it sounds blander than most garage I've ever heard...
>> No. 7692 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 7:55 pm
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>>7691
>garage
>bland

shut it floppy haired twat, I bet you've never been to a rave you melonheaded mug.

http://www.youtube.com/v/-4zWvWVesuo
>> No. 7693 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 8:15 pm
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>>7688

Grime was and is a totally different scene to garage. As I said in >>7655, grime was made and enjoyed mainly by the youngers who couldn't get into garage raves. Garage did have its rough edges, occasionally there'd be a bit of beef at a rave or someone shooting holes in the ceiling to show off, but for the most part it was no nastier than any other UK music scene.

These days garage is a throwback scene, with most of the raves having strict dress codes, over-25s policies and the obligatory "tight but polite" security. Most of the top DJs are the wrong side of forty.

Even in the case of grime, in many ways it was a victim of self-fulfilling prophesies and racist stereotyping. Any chance Grime had of going mainstream was killed off by the hysteria that followed the Forward Riddim. Black boys at grime raves were behaving in a way that would be completely unremarkable at a metal gig, but the Met treated black moshers as potential rioters and killed off the scene with the notorious Form 696. The Met systematically prevented grime raves on the basis of "risk assessment" and threatened licensees if they hosted grime events.

Inevitably, if you outlaw a scene then it becomes a scene of outlaws. Grime was marginalised out to a handful of pirate radio shows and impromptu clashes in community centres and youth clubs. Grime in many respects became the living embodiment of Lord of the Flies. You had a bunch of hyped-up kids without the usual structure that keeps them in check.

The raves and clashes were all unlicensed, so there was no promoter keeping the acts in line and no security to keep out the undesirables. None of the sensible older ravers who just wanted a dance and a drink were going to turn out to some grotty community centre with no bar. Without any girls, the mandem had very little reason not to fight. Beef begat beef, and nobody involved had the age and maturity to be the bigger man or talk some sense into a mouthy mate. It was just a bunch of hard lads from a bad neighbourhood with a total lack of adult supervision. Grime could have gone international, but the Met killed it and the press egged them on. We can't allow black boys to have anything nice, after all.
>> No. 7694 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 9:26 pm
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>>7693
Well that was just sad.
>> No. 7695 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 9:39 pm
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>>7692
I wasn't saying that garage was bland. I'm just saying I thought it was funny how in that advert the guy was talking about how garage was the worst thing that happened to music, but he wanted his girlfriend to listen to her favorite generic dance pop song.
>> No. 7696 Anonymous
23rd February 2014
Sunday 9:48 pm
7696 Is this what you mean?
http://youtu.be/glB6ZJfrEzs
>> No. 7744 Anonymous
27th February 2014
Thursday 12:46 am
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>>7696
No, you melon.
>> No. 7807 Anonymous
14th March 2014
Friday 1:30 pm
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yes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEYQM1mm8Rc
>> No. 7832 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 2:35 pm
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>>7693
>Inevitably, if you outlaw a scene then it becomes a scene of outlaws.

But it has always been the scene of the 'outlaw', grime came into prominence during the age of the postcode wars and was essentially the story of different crews/turfs vying for power. There were some jokes and some glamour but you wouldn't be suprised if fights started in clashes, that was what made it fun.
>> No. 7833 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 4:04 pm
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The other day listening to dj EZs boiler room.


My dad: "Son, what is that racket? It's awful."

Me: "Uh... its garage".

My dad: "That's where it belongs".
>> No. 7834 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 5:07 pm
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Wooden ones can be quite tasteful.
>> No. 7835 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 5:22 pm
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>>7834

That's such a good joke.
>> No. 7836 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 7:04 pm
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>>7835
>> No. 7837 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 7:11 pm
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>>7836
Perhaps that's why his jumper's so loud.

But you took my coat away last time.
>> No. 7838 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 7:18 pm
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Wait a minute. House, Garage.
>> No. 7839 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 7:30 pm
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>>7838
All the kids are listening to cellar these days, honestly grandad.
>> No. 7840 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 7:35 pm
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>>7839
Mate it's all about Shed now.
>> No. 7841 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 7:40 pm
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Love me a bit of utility room.
>> No. 7842 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 8:28 pm
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>>7840
Oh shite I really missed that one didn't I. Christ. I don't think I've ever felt more ashamed of myself, and I got caught in the vinegar strokes to wanking with my mum's knickers on my head once.
>> No. 7843 Anonymous
18th March 2014
Tuesday 11:54 pm
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Is the term "Garage" supposed to be some play on House music?
>> No. 7845 Anonymous
19th March 2014
Wednesday 12:45 am
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>>7843
I believe it's from the name of a venue in New York where garage supposedly originated.
>> No. 7846 Anonymous
19th March 2014
Wednesday 1:27 am
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Stop it dad! This means something to me! Just because Paul Weller's dead!
>> No. 7892 Anonymous
24th March 2014
Monday 2:51 am
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Yeah m8. Love me some Oldschool garage.
>> No. 7930 Anonymous
30th March 2014
Sunday 4:43 pm
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http://www.youtube.com/v/yU3VKscXeM0

you're all a bunch of silly melons
>> No. 7945 Anonymous
2nd April 2014
Wednesday 12:07 am
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>>7930
I like 4hero, but I listen to him for breaks/jungle Not really feeling this.
>> No. 7946 Anonymous
2nd April 2014
Wednesday 12:12 pm
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http://www.youtube.com/v/82t_wZlV_3k

they've sampled dj luck and mc neat

I don't know what to feel about this.
>> No. 7947 Anonymous
2nd April 2014
Wednesday 2:34 pm
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>>7930

Why've I not been exposed to this before? Currently listening to this. Things get particularly lovely from 15 minutes on.

http://www.youtube.com/v/yU3VKscXeM0
>> No. 7949 Anonymous
5th April 2014
Saturday 7:49 pm
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>>7946
>mfw I found out Machinedrum was a 30 year old white guy from Redneckville, America who looks like this
>> No. 7950 Anonymous
5th April 2014
Saturday 9:17 pm
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>>7949

Under international law, dance music producers are required to look like either a hipster nonce or a first division footballer.
>> No. 7951 Anonymous
5th April 2014
Saturday 11:43 pm
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>>7950

YOU CUNT GET BETTER THAN A A AA

KWIKFIT FIITER
>> No. 7956 Anonymous
6th April 2014
Sunday 2:12 pm
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>>7951
>>7950
m9 who u callin a nonce, manna bust out dead garms for them soundsystem skets

http://www.youtube.com/v/CI52mvE1jaY
>> No. 7980 Anonymous
10th April 2014
Thursday 4:03 am
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>>7956
shite choon m8
>> No. 7981 Anonymous
10th April 2014
Thursday 4:46 am
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>>7956

I could picture him playing full back for QPR.
>> No. 10712 Anonymous
3rd August 2017
Thursday 8:26 am
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WITH A LITTLE BIT OF LUCK

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